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Recently chaos struck at what should have been a typical teen house party. As teens were enjoying their adolescence an armed gunman bearing an AR-15 open fired on the party goers.

Luckily, for the teen the officer called to the scene was a 25-year police veteran who immediate rushed into the active shooter scenario and take down the assailant, saving many young lives in the process. However, instead of being praised as the hero that he was when he returned to the station he was handed a letter of termination.

Since the liberals have taken it upon themselves to bring a war down upon the cops who have pledged themselves to protect and serve us all cops now have another huge thing to worry about. Now every cop goes to work fearing that it may be their last day on the job.

If they don't get shot by some racist Black Lives Matter thug then they may do what they need to to save lives and still be ripped apart the cop-hating left so that they lose their job on the force.

Brier Police Officer Dan Anderson was just getting through another day at the office when he heard officer call for help on his radio. He knew instantly that he needed to answer the call and get to the suburban home in Mukilteo, Washington.

He knew that this wasn't his jurisdiction but he also knew that if he didn't help his fellow officers and many innocents may lose their lives.

Allen Ivanov, age 19, open fired on his classmates at a house party. The teen was reportedly upset about his recent breakup with Anna Bui, also 19, who he shot and killed along with two of their peers 2 of their peers, Jordan Ebner and Jacob Long. One 18-year-old survivor, Will Kramer, was shot just before Anderson arrived.

Anderson arrived on scene and quickly took action. Anderson was one of the first officers on scene and with 25 years of service under her belt, so he made sure to offer assistance in helping to enter the home and take down Ivanov before he was able to take the life of another victim.

Instead of being received with open arms for his heroic actions to save lives he was fired for leaving his post by outraged Brier Police Chief, Mike Catlett, as reported by KIRO-7.

Now Anderson is "looking for work," as he explained. "Chief (Mike) Catlett came in at about 4:30 in the morning on Monday morning in the last hour of my shift and told me it wasn’t working out and he let me go. When I asked him why, he said it was because I left the city of Brier unprotected to respond to the Mukilteo shooting."

Chief Catlett explained his decision to terminate Anderson by citing that Anderson was the only officer on site and Catlett said that it was more important for Anderson to stay put in case another incident were to occur in his jurisdiction.

No incidents occurred that night and in actuality the small town of about 6,000 people rarely ever needs the one officer on duty because the violent crimes rate is so low in that city.

BlueLivesMatter reports that even if a minor incident had occured in Anderson's jurisdiction there were other agencies nearby that could have responded to help.

Chief Catlett isn't budging with his decision, and now Anderson has to go and search for work.

"I think [the chief] was trying to do right by the city of Brier and I agree with that philosophically but ultimately when officers are asking for help, how can you expect a good officer to turn a deaf ear to that?" Said Anderson. "I can’t understand that and if that means it’s time for me to find another line of work, so be it."

Now Ivanov has been charged with three separate counts of aggravated first-degree murder, one count of first-degree assault, and one count of attempted murder.

Now Snohomish County Prosecutor Mark Roe could be seeking the death penalty. But the real justice that needs to be served will not.

Hero officer Anderson is now out of work for his heroic effort to save the lives of young teens.

These men and women put their lives on the line to protect us every day. Now instead of getting praised they are being fired and even shot and killed. These men and women deserve the utmost respect for their time and sacrifice.

Please share this story on Facebook and show these officers the respect they deserve for keeping us safe every single day.

Source: Mad World News

 

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